epiphany_maria (epiphany_maria) wrote,

Trailers, Quotes and Ponderings

There will be no further reviews of ‘Pretty Little Liars’ as it is dreadful and populated by morons.

Reviews for ‘Torchwood: Miracle Day’ are forthcoming.

I missed the first ‘Torchwood: The Lost Files’ radio play of 2011. So there will be no review of ‘The Devil & Miss Carew’.

Saw ‘Fever Dream’ in a bookstore and skimmed it. It actually made me want to buy the upcoming ‘Cold Vengeance’. I mean look at the two heroic leads Pendergast and D’Agosta, you just know the authors can see the subtext and are furiously trying to hide it. D’Agosta has consistently and voluntarily damaged his career and relationship with his galpal for his BFF Pendergast. He lets Pendergast control his life and dictate his actions. So when Pendergast comes out and compares D’Agosta to his dead wife, where else does the mind go?

Tales of the Slayer, Vol. 2’ Quotes:
When magick happens and the world goes wonky, it was often good to make oneself in to a moving target. Because sometimes something evil was watching.”

“They’d pulled her out of heaven. Again.”

‘Hawaii Five-0’ Quote:
“What’s with the ambush? Why are you dressed like a ninja? What are you doing?”

Hobo With A Shotgun’ trailer
Words fail me, I thought ‘Planet Terror’ was the nadir but this must be.

Vengeance Unlimited’ promo
This was a bad promo but this 1998-99 show was really good.

‘Torchwood’ 4x02 promo
Jack in peril! Wah!
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